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S7E6: The Politics and Governance of Big Data and AI

March 10, 2024 Medlir Mema, Chris Lamont, and Young Diogenes. Art by Aubrie Mema. Season 7 Episode 6
S7E6: The Politics and Governance of Big Data and AI
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S7E6: The Politics and Governance of Big Data and AI
Mar 10, 2024 Season 7 Episode 6
Medlir Mema, Chris Lamont, and Young Diogenes. Art by Aubrie Mema.

Andrej Zwitter and Oskar Gstrein share with Chris what they will be keeping an eye out for in the AI regulatory space in 2024. They also discuss their latest work on the politics and governance of big data and artificial intelligence and their newly published Handbook on the Governance Politics and Governance of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. In this discussion Andrej and Oskar explore the EU AI Act and challenges that datafication and algorithmic logics pose for governance, privacy, and human agency, and ponder the question: what does it mean to stay human in the age of AI?

Show Notes:

  • Andrej Zwitter and Oskar Gstrein (eds.), Research Handbook on Politics and Governance of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, Edward Elgar, 2023, Partially Open Access.
  • Dirk Helbing, Thomas Beschorner, Bruno Frey, Andreas Diekmann, Thilo Hagendorff, Peter Seele, Sarah Spiekermann-Hoff, Jeroen van den Hoven, and Andrej Zwitter. “Triage 4.0: On Death Algorithms and Technological Selection. Is Today’s Data- Driven Medical System Still Compatible with the Constitution?” Journal of European CME Vol. 10, no. 1, 2021
  • Oskar Gstrein and Andrej Zwitter, “Extraterritorial application of the GDPR: Promoting European values or power?”, Internet Policy Review Vol. 10, Issue 3, 2021
  • Andrej Zwitter, Oskar Gstrein, Evan Yap, “Digital Identity and the Blockchain: Universal Identity Management and the concept of the 'Self-Sovereign' Individual”, Frontiers in Blockchain, Vol. 3/26, 2020

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Show Notes

Andrej Zwitter and Oskar Gstrein share with Chris what they will be keeping an eye out for in the AI regulatory space in 2024. They also discuss their latest work on the politics and governance of big data and artificial intelligence and their newly published Handbook on the Governance Politics and Governance of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. In this discussion Andrej and Oskar explore the EU AI Act and challenges that datafication and algorithmic logics pose for governance, privacy, and human agency, and ponder the question: what does it mean to stay human in the age of AI?

Show Notes:

  • Andrej Zwitter and Oskar Gstrein (eds.), Research Handbook on Politics and Governance of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, Edward Elgar, 2023, Partially Open Access.
  • Dirk Helbing, Thomas Beschorner, Bruno Frey, Andreas Diekmann, Thilo Hagendorff, Peter Seele, Sarah Spiekermann-Hoff, Jeroen van den Hoven, and Andrej Zwitter. “Triage 4.0: On Death Algorithms and Technological Selection. Is Today’s Data- Driven Medical System Still Compatible with the Constitution?” Journal of European CME Vol. 10, no. 1, 2021
  • Oskar Gstrein and Andrej Zwitter, “Extraterritorial application of the GDPR: Promoting European values or power?”, Internet Policy Review Vol. 10, Issue 3, 2021
  • Andrej Zwitter, Oskar Gstrein, Evan Yap, “Digital Identity and the Blockchain: Universal Identity Management and the concept of the 'Self-Sovereign' Individual”, Frontiers in Blockchain, Vol. 3/26, 2020

Links: